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Brief biography and summary of his works.
University of California Riverside. Research interests: quantum gravity and n-categories. Regular column on "This Week's Finds in Mathematical Physics".
Researcher in String Theory and Mathematical Physics. Website contains several online tools (e.g. cohomCalg), research information and popular-scientific / introductory texts.
University of Exeter. Recent work on coupled systems and theoretical neuroscience. Publications and preprints.
Includes a biography comparing him with other contemporaries of his, references and quotations.
A biography of the Mathematican who worked on differential equations and created the form now call Sturm-Liouville equations.
Applications of mathematics to physics problems drawn from a career in industry.
Delius, Gustav W.
University of York. Quantum field theory and mathematical physics, particularly interested in integrable quantum field theories with a boundary. Publications, talks, teaching material, meetings.
Includes a brief biography and bibliography.
A brief biography of Cartan and exposition of his work in applied topology.
Includes a brief biography and a reference list.
A biography including quotations from his writings and contemporary articles.
A short biography on the mathematician who created Stokes's theorem
Rutgers University. Research on string theory and M-theory, with a particular emphasis on the underlying mathematical structures and applications to and from modern mathematics.
The mathematician whose work with coordinate transformations is still common in mathematical physics
The mathematician who developed Hankel functions and the Hankel transform.
The mathematician who analysed the orbit of Uranus and predicted a possible extra planet.
A short biography on the man who invented the Fourier series and transforms.
The mathematician who developed Sturm-Liouville differential equations.
University of Wollongong. Non-linear chemical dynamics.
NYU graduate, now on the faculty at Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art in New York. Includes selected publications.
Provides information on the Renormalization Group, Asymptotic Freedom, and other papers.
A short history of the life and work of Sophus Lie, whose work, Lie groups, has applications in quantum mechanics in relativity.
Research in mathematical aspects of supersymmetry; also personal interests.
A list of personal web pages related to symmetries and integrability.
IEEC/CSIC. Random matrix theory, quantum groups and zeta functions. Publications, resources.
Department of Biological Physics. Eötvös Loránd University. Budapest, Hungary. Specializes in statistical physics.
A short biography on Volterra and his work in differential equations and mathematical physics.
Vladimir I. Arnold
Overview of the life and works of the man who has given many topological (and other) contributions to mathematical physics.
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